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Iwith.org on IAVE Youth Office Website

Iwith.org on IAVE Youth Office Website

The IAVE (International Association for Volunteer Effort) Youth Office in Barcelona has published on the front page of its website a report on the work of Iwith.org. We invite you to read it.


Yasuní Oro Verde, advertising in press

Yasuní Oro Verde, advertising in press

Here you can find links to articles and interviews about the "Yasuní Oro Verde"  Tour in Barcelona.


Iwith.org & the Forum Alternative Channel in the Solidaria TV show in Vilafranca

Iwith.org & the Forum Alternative Channel in the Solidaria TV show in Vilafranca

Vilafranca TV was one of the means that provided an ample coverage of the Forum Alternative Channel. We invite you to see the transmitted report in the Solidaria TV show where the Forum's activities are widely detailed (speaker's corners, workshops & conferences), additionally an interview with Ramón Bartomeus is included, resource chief of Iwith.org.


The Forum Alternative Channel in the Press

The Forum Alternative Channel in the Press

Many Media channels are making the Forum Alternative Channel be heard. Here we have included the TV3 news video for you to watch.


RSS All what you need to know about these initials and its popular icon as you have never been told before

RSS All what you need to know about these initials and its popular icon as you have never been told before

What does RSS mean?

At this stage you should be able to recognise this universal icon which is or appears on your favourite websites, blogs and podcasts. It means that that site has content (text, audio or video) that you can subscribe to and read, listen to, or view using only FeedReader.
The development of online publishing technology has made it a simple matter for content providers to broadcast regularly-updated information across the web, and has made it possible for subscribers to receive up-to-the-minute news lists from their favourite websites or blog sites without having to check manually or get an inbox full of unread emails.

More information at:
http://www.bocatics.org/news/es_ES/2007/07/26/01

 

 


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